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Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore East on 1971-04-29




This show has been commercially released as " Ladies and Gentleman, The Grateful Dead"

Set 1

Truckin'
Bertha
It Hurts Me Too
Cumberland Blues ->
Me And My Uncle
Bird Song
Playing In The Band
Loser
Dark Hollow
Hard To Handle
Ripple
Me And Bobby McGee
Casey Jones Six Days On The Road ->
Runnin' Back To You
I Don't Know You
Sailin'
Henry
Dirty Business
Superman
Lodi
Glendale Train
Fair Chance To Know
The Weight
Portland Woman
Last Lonely Eagle
Louisiana Lady
Honky Tonk Women

Set 2

Morning Dew
New Minglewood Blues
Sugar Magnolia
Black Peter
Beat It On Down The Line
I Second That Emotion
Alligator ->
Drums ->
Jam ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Cold Rain And Snow
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider
Greatest Story Ever Told ->
Johnny B. Goode

Encore
Uncle John's Band
In The Midnight Hour ->
And We Bid You Good Night


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Fillmore East
Location New York, NY

Source Borrows other material to "recreate" show without cuts
Transferred by Dan Haugh

Notes

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No breaks between any songs. Seemless disc changes and no songs
are cut (i.e. complete versions of Bird Song, Me & Bobby McGee and
the jam btwn ChinaCat > Rider). Patched with interleave material
for master reel SBD recordings from April 27th and 28th.

This version can be assembled onto longer media (like DAT
or DVD) and be enjoyed from start to finish without a single
break or inturruption (other than the set break).

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Source:
MSR > 7 inch (7.5 ips) Revox A 77 > Alesis Masterlink > CD-R

Patch sources:
Last 0:45 seconds Bird Song: gd1971-04-28
MSR 7 inch (7.5 ips) Revox A 77 >Alesis Masterlink>CD-R

Middle 1:30 Me & Bobby McGee: gd1971-04-28
MSR 7 inch (7.5 ips) Revox A 77 >Alesis Masterlink>CD-R

Jam 0:50 seconds between ChinaCat > Rider: gd1971-04-27
MSR 7 inch (7.5 ips) Revox A 77 >Alesis Masterlink>CD-R

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Reviews

Reviewer: moriluk - - October 22, 2010
Subject: Yes! wtf?!?
I completely agree with the other review. Who ever is in charge has COMPLETELY BOTCHED the live releases. This run (and this show in particular)as well as the 2/11/70 - 2/14/70 and the 2/27/69 - 3/2/69 runs are legendary! Why chop them all up???

I just want to hear this show again in it's entirety! I lost my tape of this years ago and there is no way of getting it back.

I am not going to rate this as it is UNAVAILABLE! And those of you who say to go out and buy the box set. NO! Release this stuff in complete form and I will.
Reviewer: oh_uh_um_ah - - May 28, 2008
Subject: I'm only in it for the gold....Lyric or Hymn???
WHO PUT THE OVERALLS IN MRS MURPHY'S CHOWDER?
NOBODY KNOWS SO WE'LL YELL A LITTLE LOUDER!

FREE THE MUSIC! FREE THE LOVE! LET US HEAR THE SHOW AS IT WAS PERFORMED...

WE CANNOT FEED OUR HEADS WITH THE GRATEFUL DEAD WHEN WE ARE DEAD!

PLEASE LET US HEAR THIS SHOW BEFORE WE DIE. IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK?

WHO IS THIS MUSIC FOR ANYWAY? IS IT ONLY FOR SOME, OR IS IT FOR EVERYONE?

Witholding Love is the worst form of torture imaginable. To be unloved is a fate worse than death.

Witholding music is witholding love. Witholding love is inhuman.

Avarice, and coveting are horrible characteristics of human nature.

LOVE IS BEAUTIFUL.

FREE CONCERTS WERE ALWAYS THE BEST

Giving, sharing and loving produce miracles. They create minds that change the world for the better.

The music of the GRATEUFL DEAD always attracted the most loyal fans. Loyalty is something you cannot sell or buy.

FREE THE MUSIC, FREE THE LOVE, CHANGE THE WORLD.

I NEED A MIRACLE EVERYDAY.
Reviewer: Carlos337 - - May 20, 2008
Subject: Not Commercially Released
I am surprised to see that my last "review" of this (non-existant) concert that I posted was deleted within hours along with all others. This show has not been completely comercially released. "Ladies and Gentlemen The Grateful Dead" was compiled from five shows, 4/25/71 - 4/29/71 and contains none of them in their entirety. I and many fans think that the 4/29 show was superior and ask only to be able to listen (Who do they want to keep this from? Why not a paid download if need be?).
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